Why the Amish Don’t Get Sick: Things You Can Learn From Them

 

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If you’ve ever been around the Amish you’ve probably noticed how robust they appear, and it seems obvious why they would enjoy better health than the average American. This article spells it out for you point by point why yes, they are indeed healthier, a lot healthier actually. Find out why here

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